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23rd May '17 12:15:42 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': House Bolton aren't particularly loved by the Northern Houses, especially when they become the new Wardens of the North. Even Littlefinger calls them the most despised family in the North, in particular Ramsay. Must have something to do with all the flaying and torturing....
16th May '17 4:02:32 PM nombretomado
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* This happens in one backstory of the "Great Distance in the Wind; the Sky at Dawn" arc of ''TheTwelveKingdoms''. [[LawfulStupid King Chuutatsu of Hou]], on the advice of [[EvilChancellor his wife]], orders that ''anyone'' accused of a crimeŚregardless of severityŚwill be put to death. This results in the brutal, systematic slaughter of hundreds of thousands of his subjects (including several [[LadyInWaiting Women of Court]] falsely accused by the queen) and eventually a revolt by some of his governors and generals, who promptly behead the [[PhysicalGod King and Queen]] and their kirin [[StupidGood Hourin]] and force their [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld 13-year-old]] daughter [[FallenPrincess Shoukei]] into hiding. Only once the ex-Princess gets out into the real world does she find out just how much everyone ''absolutely despised'' her father for his cruelty (Hou was the only one of the 12 Kingdoms that still practised [[CruelAndUnusualDeath crucifixion]], for one); at first she's in stubborn denial, then deeply ''ashamed''.

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* This happens in one backstory of the "Great Distance in the Wind; the Sky at Dawn" arc of ''TheTwelveKingdoms''.''LightNovel/TheTwelveKingdoms''. [[LawfulStupid King Chuutatsu of Hou]], on the advice of [[EvilChancellor his wife]], orders that ''anyone'' accused of a crimeŚregardless of severityŚwill be put to death. This results in the brutal, systematic slaughter of hundreds of thousands of his subjects (including several [[LadyInWaiting Women of Court]] falsely accused by the queen) and eventually a revolt by some of his governors and generals, who promptly behead the [[PhysicalGod King and Queen]] and their kirin [[StupidGood Hourin]] and force their [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld 13-year-old]] daughter [[FallenPrincess Shoukei]] into hiding. Only once the ex-Princess gets out into the real world does she find out just how much everyone ''absolutely despised'' her father for his cruelty (Hou was the only one of the 12 Kingdoms that still practised [[CruelAndUnusualDeath crucifixion]], for one); at first she's in stubborn denial, then deeply ''ashamed''.
14th May '17 5:26:28 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheMachineriesOfEmpire'', Shuos Jedao is distrusted and despised by just about everyone, owning to the minor fact of him having murdered over one million people in his first life - half of those his own subordinates. In time, Cheris and others come to respect him, though they still don't trust him.
10th May '17 10:03:44 AM VivaciousWallaby
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** There isn't a single man in the country who like Arl Rendorn Howe. The fact that after his death, practically nobody mourns him and his own family doesn't make any move to attempt Howe's funeral is a prove to much hated he is.
23rd Apr '17 6:48:30 AM Gaslighting
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** The Phantom Thieves, as a group, have a dynamic, in-universe approval rating on their fansite that updates each day. [[spoiler:By the time you catch up to the present, it gets ''dangerously'' close to literally being at 0%.]]
8th Apr '17 7:39:24 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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* Everyone on ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' hates the AlphaBitch Pretty (who hates them back).
23rd Mar '17 4:30:03 AM TroperBeDoper
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* Two particular Primarchs of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' were pretty well loathed by everyone they knew.
**Firstly, there was [[AxCrazy Konrad Curze]]. A psychotic loony who spent his years before rediscovery violently butchering anyone on his adoptive world who so much as jaywalked. When he became Primarch of the Night Lords, he gained no fans either. His Legions tactics earning him alienation and scorn from his brothers.
** And then there's [[TheBerserker Angron]]. Even his own Astartes didn't like the guy. Noting he was a frothing madman, who had no interest in anything but wanton slaughter.
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16th Mar '17 1:03:44 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'':
** In "Chop and Change", Iznogoud actually manages to become the Caliph by changing bodies with him. However, due to his tyranny, he's overthrown by the people of Baghdad, who think that "everything's been worse since he threw the Grand Vizier in jail". After overthrowing him, the "Grand Vizier" (really the imprisoned Caliph in Iznogoud's body) becomes the new Caliph, thus restoring everything to normal (except the two now have swapped bodies and Iznogoud is in jail, together with Wa'at Alahf, who now has the body of the Caliph's food taster).
** In ''Iznogoud Finally Caliph'', a conspiracy is formed by the inhabitants of Baghdad to get rid of him. When asked who is in this conspiracy, Wa'at replies to Iznogoud that everyone in Baghdad is, since except for the Caliph, they all hate him.
** In "Mirror Image", the vizier travels to a MirrorUniverse (literally on the other side of a mirror where everything is reversed) and is delighted that every single citizen wants the Caliph's head... except that in the Mirror Universe ''he'' is the Caliph.



* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'':
** In one episode, Iznogoud actually manages to become the Caliph by changing bodies with him. However, due to his tyranny, he's overthrown by the people of Baghdad, who think that "everything's been worse since he threw the Grand Vizier in jail". After overthrowing him, the "Grand Vizier" (really the imprisoned Caliph in Iznogoud's body) becomes the new Caliph, thus restoring everything to normal (except the two now have swapped bodies and Iznogoud is in jail, together with Dilat Harat, who now has the body of the Caliph's food taster).
** In ''Iznogoud Finally Caliph'', a conspiracy is formed by the inhabitants of Bagdad to get rid of him. When asked who is in this conspiracy, Dilat replies to Iznogoud that everyone in Bagdad is, since except for the Caliph, they all hate him.
** Similarly, when he travels to a MirrorUniverse (literally on the other side of a mirror where everything is reversed), he is delighted that every single citizen wants the Caliph's head... except that in the Mirror Universe ''he'' is the Caliph.
10th Mar '17 12:48:32 PM TMNTFanGirl
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* ''Disney/TheLionKing'': Scar is such an unpopular ruler that even [[FisherKing THE LAND ITSELF]] seems to hate him; it begins to wither and die as a result of his reign (and once he's overthrown, everything gets pretty again.) The lionesses and Zazu openly criticize his policies, all the animals seem to hate him, and the Hyenas who helped him come to power have grown so irritated with his rule that, at the end of the movie, they eat him alive, even admitting beforehand that things were actually better under Mufasa. Yet no one even tries to overthrow the guy until Simba returns from exile to take him down. In [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride the sequel]], however, it's revealed that Scar ''did'' have some supporters, namely Zira and her clan, and they remain loyal to him years after his death.

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* ''Disney/TheLionKing'': Scar is such an unpopular ruler that even [[FisherKing THE LAND ITSELF]] seems to hate him; it begins to wither and die as a result of his reign (and once he's overthrown, everything gets pretty again.) The lionesses and Zazu openly criticize his policies, all the animals seem to hate him, and the Hyenas who helped him come to power have grown so irritated with his rule that, at the end of the movie, they eat him alive, even admitting beforehand that things were actually his brother, Mufasa, was a way better under Mufasa.ruler. Yet no one even tries to overthrow the guy until Simba returns from exile to take him down. In [[Disney/TheLionKingIISimbasPride the sequel]], however, it's revealed that Scar ''did'' have some supporters, namely Zira and her clan, and they remain loyal to him years after his death.


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* In ''Film/NineToFive'', Franklin M. Hart II is revealed to be so hated around the offices of Consolidated Companies (by male and female employees alike) that while the three female leads are holding him hostage in his own home (which the other employees don't realize), the only person to actually question Hart's absence is his administrative assistant, Roz, whom Violet (one of the three female leads) sends away on a multi-week training.
8th Mar '17 5:40:28 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''Disney/MelodyTime'': Little Toot from his self-titled segment gets this treatment when he inadvertently causes an ocean liner to crash into a city and is banished beyond the 12-mile limit. Even light from lighthouse bends to avoid touching him!

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* ''Disney/MelodyTime'': Little Toot from his self-titled segment gets this treatment when he inadvertently causes an ocean liner to crash into a city and is banished beyond the 12-mile limit. Even light from a lighthouse bends to avoid touching him!
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